equilibrate equilibrate


  1. (v) bring to a chemical stasis or equilibrium
  2. (v) bring into balance or equilibrium



  1. To form such a market would equilibrate supply and demand, eliminating the shortage.
  2. Looking at the current situation, simply letting go and giving 'the market' a chance to re-equilibrate itself is a massive gamble.


  • "The lower prices are getting people to buy, and that's how you equilibrate a market," says Gary Becker, a University of Chicago economics professor who won the 1992 Nobel Prize for research in microeconomics.
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Gary Becker Source: Wall Street Journal

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